When Star Wars: The Last Jedi premiered in China, it was taking up 34.5% of the territory’s screenings, but now Forbes is reporting that that’s dropped to just 2.5%, which is a massive decrease. While Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and some local Chinese movies have provided competition for The Last Jedi, the fact is that in this territory, the blockbuster just hasn’t been a commercial winner. It only drew in $27 million during its opening weekend there, and it only added $7 million during the week, totaling a dismal $34.2 million. For comparison, Ex-Files 3, a recently-released low-budget romantic comedy, made $87 million in its second weekend. The Disney/Pixar film Coco has also still been going strong in the Chinese market.